The 1976 standard atmosphere calculator computes atmospheric properties like density, temperature, pressure and speed of sound up to 86 kilometers geopotential altitude. This tool is mainly used by aeronautical engineers to perform calculations for aircraft. But if you always wanted to know the average air temperature at 30,000 feet. Go ahead and give it a try.
While I try really hard to make all calculations accurate, I cannot and do not guarantee in any way that the results you get are correct. Check out the references above if you don't want to take my word for it. If you find any bugs I highly appreciate it if you email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know.
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